Hollywood Games: A Scottish romantic comedy (The Kinloch Series) by Evie Alexander
Brace yourself Scotland, Hollywood’s coming…
Rory’s found the love of his life but can he be sure Zoe feels the same? What can he offer her when his job’s on the line, and his mother’s out to destroy her? When Hollywood superstar, Brad Bauer, shows up wanting to film Braveheart 2 at Kinloch castle, it seems like the answer to all his prayers. However, there’s a catch.
Zoe’s had a crush on Brad since she was a teen. Now he’s here, hotter than ever, and convinced he was married to her in a past life. As Hollywood descends on the tiny village of Kinloch, it’s not just the castle that’s under siege.
A mystical holy man, a sexy starlet, an intense megastar and a couple pushed to the edge. Can Rory navigate the glitter storm and keep his eye on the prize, or by saving the estate, is he about to lose the best thing that’s ever happened to him?
Hollywood Games is a steamy, love conquers all, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy, with no cheating, no cliff-hanger, and a guaranteed happy ever after (HEA). It can be read as a standalone but is most enjoyed after reading Highland Games.
When Hollywood meets the Highlands, things will never be the same again…
Publication date 4/4/2022
This book had me in stitches from almost the first page, it’s the second book in the Kinloch Series and it’s not necessary to read that one, but then you’d miss the awesomeness that is Rory and Zoe’s story (and how it all began) and I do urge you to read it, it’s utterly hilarious.
When Hollywood comes knocking on the Castle to possibly shoot a film there. Rory sees it as an opportunity to earn money for repairs and boost the tourism for the castle. What he isn’t prepared for is the swooning of his lady love, and the declaration from Brad that Zoe was his wife in a previous life (that scene has me chuckling)
Rory is just adorable, he’s still grumpy, he’s still worried about the castle and the repairs, and he still wears those kilts (those are some of my favourite scenes😉) and he still loves Zoe.
Zoe is still fun filled and zany, but her love for Rory hasn’t diminished one bit, and if his mother kept her nose out of their business and relationship then her world would be a happy one.
New characters we love to boo at…. Brad is a self centred, egotistical plonker (idiot) and can I briefly say how much I loathe Vlad.
But don’t let those two put you off a book that will have you wiping tears from your face and holding your aching sides.
This is a book I will be returning to often, it’s a feel good book. And once it’s open you’ll be ignoring the world outside and focusing on Rory and how he fears he may lose Zoe. You’ll be rolling your eyes at Zoe mooning over a film star, and howl at the cheesey moments with Brad.
So do I recommend this book? You bet I do. And my paperback is already in order😉
Next book please……